The Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (CAHS) provides timely, informed and unbiased assessments of urgent issues affecting the health of Canadians. These assessments, which are based on evidence reviews and leading expert opinion, provide conclusions and recommendations in the name of CAHS. More information about the public services role of the CAHS and its assessments can be found here. CAHS Fellows are those who have a history of outstanding performance in the academic health sciences in Canada. More information about the function of the CAHS can be found here.
Most Recent Assessment Reports:
SEE WHAT YOU MISSED AT THE CAHS 2015 FORUM!!!
Coming soon! Sube Banerjee, of the Brighton and Sussex Medical School in the United Kingdom and Miia Kivipelto of the Karolinska University Hospital in Sweden, discuss the latest evidence on the impact of dementia and preventive strategies with Jocelyne Feine, CAHS Fellow.
Improving access to oral health care for vulnerable people living in Canada
Optimizing Scopes of Practice: New Models of Care for a New Health Care System
The Health Effects of Conducted Energy Weapons
RSC/CAHS Expert Panel on Early Childhood Development
Canadians Making a Difference : The Expert Panel on Canada’s Strategic Role in Global Health
Transforming Care for Canadians with Chronic Health Conditions: Put People First, Expect the Best; Manage for Results
Making an Impact: A Preferred Framework and Indicators to Measure Returns on Investment in Health Research
Report on the Barriers to and Benefits of Interdisciplinary Research in the Health Sciences in Canada